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Glebe Markets is one of Sydney's most established and well known Saturday markets. Yet it has always had an alternative character and style. Located in the inner Sydney area, it has always had that lively inner city vibe.
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On Saturday the markets brings a joyful environment. Even more food, drinks and treat options (like the fruit ice pops). Live music and a lot of fun people.
Held every Saturday, from 10am - 4pm. Glebe Markets is one of Sydney's most well known Saturday markets with diversity, character and style. Directions: By Bus: catch 370/431/433 down Glebe point road and stop at the primary school. By feet: a 20-minute walk down Glebe point road.
Lovely Scene every Saturday 10-4. Music, Food, crafts, designer and 2nd hand clothes and goods.
Saturday mornings call for unique stalls and amazing food in Glebe markets. You can find vintage tees and denim to jewellery and candles.
Glebe Markets is one of Sydney's most well known Saturday markets with diversity, character and style. This Saturday come down and have some thing to eat and relax on the lawn. Listen to the music and soak up the atmosphere. Drop into Glebe Markets and find a treasure or sample our gourmet foods…
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“I like the book store but the coffee/bar in the back yard is my favorite part. Live music. Good coffee, drinks and snacks.”
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“-being a favourite. Close by are The Landsdowne on City Road and The Duck Inn on Rose St Chippendale. Both around 10/15 minute walk away.”
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“Amazing food, affordable wine list - everything is delicious. Get a table on the veranda if you can!”
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“Sydney’s vegetarian institution is just down the road. The best chai you’ll ever have plus a huge selection of vegan and veggo burgers, breakfasts, mains and sweets. ”
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